Then and Now: Bust of Abraham Lincoln

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In the main hall of the Statehouse, there’s a bust of Abraham Lincoln that came to Vermont in an unlikely way. No one knows if its sculptor, Larkin Mead, even intended for it to be on public display. But as curator David Schutz explains, the Lincoln bust tells of Vermont’s link to the Civil War.

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